Asus India has collaborated with Paytm Mall for selling some of their amazing laptop lineups. To commence the alliance, Leon Yu, regional head of Asus India unveiled the VivoBook X507, the first product to be sold exclusively via Paytm Mall. The Taiwanese company also signed a strategic partnership with Paytm Mall for promoting their offline retail stores.
Asus VivoBook X507 Features
Leila Lin, Product Manager of Asus India presented the all-new VivoBook 15 X507 from Asus. This laptop is designed for everyday usage and is extremely portable. The keyboard recess and palm rest are also ergonomical. The display has narrow bezels for providing more screen area.
The laptop hinge, ribbon part and bezels are also durable. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor for security and has support for fast charging. The VivoBook has stylish finish and comes in two eye catchy colors viz Star Grey and Icicle Gole.
- Portable (1.68kg), compact and thin design.
- One touch login fingerprint sensor with Windows Hello.
- Immersive visuals 8.1mm nano edge display.
- Stunning colors star gray and icicle gold.
- Super battery fast charging, 69% in 49 mins 3x longer battery.
Pricing And Availability
The VivoBook’s pricing starts from Rs 21,990 and offers various options especially with the processor. They have used Intel Celeron, Pentium and i3 6th gen processors for the range of VivoBooks available from Paytm Mall’s Asus Store. It also comes with an expandable RAM slot and an additional M.2 slot for adding SSD. As always you can avail cash back for orders placed on Paytm Mall which can reduce the price of the base model to around Rs 19,990.
Strategic Partnership With Paytm Mall
Asus, the world’s no 1 computer motherboard manufacturer has signed a strategic partnership with Paytm Mall. The duo will set up digital experience zones in Asus stores for remote locations. Such stores will also be have Paytm Mall POS for O2O mode of shopping. With this facility, the customer can also place orders at local stores via the Paytm Mall and get it from other warehouses. It seems Asus India wants to boost up their offline retail segment with this move.